New generation of Subari WRX will be released no earlier than 2020

29 Dec 2016 1720views Comments ?
New generation subari wrx

Introduction of the new generation Subary WRX is planned no earlier than 2020. The emergence of modern advanced sports car was expected in the coming year, however, the Japanese company has postponed the event for 5 years.

Next year Subaru WRX will receive only facelifting, but will remain on an old platform. The model was updated last year and the management of the company does not hurry to transfer it to a new platform.

Experts forecast that with the advent of sports modifications of Subaru in the new platform, most likely, the hybrid powertrains will also be appeared. Subary Global Platform created taking into account the application of a hybrid all-wheel drive. In this case rear wheels of the vehicle completely will pass under the power of an electric motor. Currently Subaru WRX is offered with a 2.0-liter turbocharged engine capacity of 268 hp. With such ICE Japanese car overcomes a mark of 100 km/h in 6 seconds. It is worth noting that officially introduced more powerful version WRX STi with an engine of 300 hp. Its price is around 56,650 USD. 

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